Tall, black temporary walls conceal the specifics, but there's no hiding the fact that something's going on at 2301 East Colfax Avenue, in the John Hand building.
The liquor-license permit application indicates that a restaurant called Okinawa -- we hear it's a sushi joint -- will occupy the space, which has been home to a short list of other Asian restaurants, among them Nohana Sushi and, before that, Sushi Heights.
A public hearing on Okinawa's liquor-license application is scheduled for Monday, August 9 at the Denver Department of Excise and License.
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